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WHUT
Feb 5, 2013 7:00am EST
-- aroused by the special war crimes tribunal. abdul kader mullah of jamaat e islami was found guilty of the killing of hundreds of unarmed civilians. >> the international crimes tribunal has found mr. abdul kader mullah guilty of mass murder and rape. he has been sentenced to life in prison for the crimes he allegedly committed during the country's war of independence in 1971. the courts were packed with lawyers and media as the judges were reading out the verdict. mr. abdul kader mullah shouted slogans as the verdict was read. the main opposition, bangladesh national party, said the ruling party was carrying out a political vendetta. the government says many families in bangladesh want answers for what really happened in 1971. officials estimate more than 3 million people were killed during the war. that is why the government took up this international tribunal in 2010, to try those bangladeshis accused of collaborating with pakistani forces and carrying out the attacks. jamaat e islami -- jamaat e islami have been holding violent protests for months. they want the trial to be stopp
KCSMMHZ
Feb 5, 2013 6:00am PST
dating 40 years. we have the story from bangkok. >> abdul mullah is the leader of the main islamic party. a war crimes tribunal handed him a life sentence on tuesday, prompting violence on the streets of dakar. abdul was guilty of atrocities committed during the war of independence with pakistan in 1971. jamar e-islami is suspected of massacres in the conflict that left 3 million dead. supporter of the party have reacted with anger and a nationwide strike will be extended through wednesday. shops and schools closed and traffic was at a standstill. home made bombs were set off and some clashed with police. the government established the war crimes tribunal in 2010. jamar e-islami was a key player in the former government. they say the crimes are politically motivated. >>> a pakistani girl shot for advocating women's rights and education has released a video thanking people for their support. she recorded the message before undergoing another operation at a hospital in the united kingdom. >> i'm getting better day by day. it's because of the prayers of people, and because of these prayers,
FOX
Feb 20, 2013 10:00pm EST
levy..- ahiya abdul-aziz ssys doctor levv has been her ob- gyn for nearly 15 years... ii fact she sayy her mother ann sisttrs are longgtiime -3 pattents too. sse ssys doctor levy deliveeee 3 of hee & 6 children, includdng her poungest ssn 16 monthssago. so, sheewas surprrsed whee she received a letter from johhs longer mployed there. the - news came shortll after allegations that he'd been secrrtly taking hotos and vvdeos of patients. but pbdullaziz belives hhs iitentions ould not haveebeen 3 she sayy she nevee felt liie per rivacy waa violated. (ms. abdul-aziz) "so, he was duriig the examination or --3 anything. when he first came in i'm fully ccothed and thhn phen he omein then i have - on my robe and i have the sheet across me. o, it 3 uncomfortable." policc say hey found several caaeras -3 in an exam room at he eess baltimore clinic where levy worked for more ttan 20 eers. invessigators ay one camera was also hhdden iiside a pen.. police found levy peaa in hisstowson home 3 believe he committed &psuicide..after learn
FOX
Feb 21, 2013 5:30am EST
investigattoo. news... that sttnnee bdul-azzz. (abdul-aziz) "johns hopkins was his life. being a gynecologist, being at the clinic, east baltimore medical ceeter, the ootpatient center, being in labor and deliveryy that was his life. and he did a great job at what he did.. and he was always there. so, that beinn cuu outtof his life, maybb he went into ddpression ann aybe he couldn't take it anymore." anymore..baltimore county police are investigating the doctor's eath. meanttmm, ccty pplice say they're expecting mmre to come forward.fox45 morning news. wee'e learnnng now... that s many assá30 peopleá ay haae witnessed receet murder... at the university of aryland, eastern shore. shore.surveillance video hows cars and peoole passing by... just moments aftee 21--ear-oldd to death saturday night.his brother says they were driving phroogh campus... when they road who wouldn't move.st. e - clair got ouu to talk to the menn.. and was stabbed ii the &pheartta security officee says he saw 22 too300students &prunning frrm the ssene.police are asking anyone with informmtioo
CBS
Feb 6, 2013 6:30pm EST
weapons and took over. abdul kader haidara was there. he's one of the keepers of a trove of priceless arabic manuscripts. the extremists arrival, he told us, triggered his emergency plan. "i bought every tin box i could find, the kind we storehouse hold goods in" he said. "and my staff and i filled them with manuscripts until the library was empty." manuscripts including a 12th century astrology charles and an ancient arab genealogy. abdul kader haidara quietly distributed the boxes to local families to hide inside their humble homes. you scattered them all over town. then he fled from timbuktu where the extremists were imposing strict islamic law. they staged public floggings and destroyed ancient tombs. so there was every reason to fear for manuscripts painstakingly restored and so precious that since 2004 the library of congress had been making digital copies for safety. when pictures emerged last week of timbuktu's manuscripts burned-- probably by retreating extremists-- the world was horrified. butless than 1% of that collection belonging to the government was lost, says abdul ka
CBS
Feb 7, 2013 4:00am PST
with their heavy weapons and took over. abdul was there. he's one of the keepers of a trove of priceless arabic manuscripts. the extremists' arrival, he told us, triggered his emergency plan. >> translator: i bought every tin box i could find the kind we store household goods in he said, and my staff and i filled them with manuscripts until the library was empty. manuscripts including a 12th century astrology chart and an ancient arab genealogy. abdul quietly distributed the boxes to families to hide inside their humble homes. >> reporter: you sort of scattered them all over town. and then he fled from timbuktu where extremists were imposing strict islamic law. they staged public flogging and destroyed ancient tombs so there was every reason to fear every manuscripts painstakingly restored and since then the library of congress has been making digital copies for safety. when pictures emerged last week of timbuktu's manuscripts burned probably by returning extremists, the world was horrified, but less than 1% of that collection belonging to the government was lost says hi
CSPAN
Feb 9, 2013 9:15pm EST
guest abdul mujeeb khalvatgar is director of nai media institute. we're talking about journalism in afghanistan, how afghanis get their news and the freedom of the press in that country. we want to take your phone calls on this. the numbers -- here is the world news section of the "wall street journal." afghan peace still sought in six months. i am wondering, is this the type of headlines afghanis would see, the second to read the newspapers or have the newspapers, are the headlines the same? guest: international media in general, we're having to the levels of international media in afghanistan. [indiscernible] it is direct access to that kind of publication of international. for example, bbc. it's especially the papers, they're not in our own language, and it is a kind of fee for our publication. most of the overall issues and topics like this is coming to international media, said it is not the same topic that we will be facing in kabul, somehow reflects this. host: when troops begin to leave out of afghanistan, resources and money starts to the from the u.s., what does that me
FOX
Feb 21, 2013 6:00am EST
the &pallegations.ba-hiya abdul-azi saas doctor levey wws her ob-gyn ffr nearly 15 ears.she was suuprised when she &ptelling hhr that leey no longer worked there.the newss surfaced... that he'd been secretly takinn photos and abduu-aziz belives his - innentions could not have beee malicious or perverted.ssh says she never fell like her privacy was violated. 3&(ms..aadul-aziz) "so, he was never in there alone with me - in i'm fuuly clothed and then when he omes in then i have sheet across me. so, it me feel uncomfortable." uncomfortable."police found levy dead in his towssn home believe he committed suiiide... after learning he find out what pplice found in next half hour.megan giililand, new executive by the end of arrndel county will have a new execcuive bb the end of the day. vote on a replacement for former county executive john leopold.sixteen people havee submitted applications for tte position... incllding aating county executive ohn hammond, gary and kendell ehrlich ... - ehrlich.the nnerviews will be conducted during tonight's leopold resigned afterrbeing
CNN
Feb 18, 2013 9:00am PST
of the biggest names basketball has ever seen. magic johnson, kareem abdul-jabbar. kobe bryant and others. joining us from los angeles, paul buchanan, how much of a surprise is this? >> it's not a tremendous surprise because jerry buss had failin ing health. it was confirmed that jerry buss passed away at 5:55 a.m. you mentioned the ten championships, by far and away the most championships in his era ofmy major professional sport in america. he's also the man, the architect of show time. he wants the lakers to be flashy, he wanted them to be tinseltown. he wanted them to be hollywood. when he came in, they drafted magic johnson. soon thereafter, magic johnson would lead the lakers for five nba championships. and all the glitz and glamour and all the celebrities on the sidelines, you could see the smiling picture of jerry buss over there. he was a little bit of a playboy as well, he daylighted a lot of beautiful men. his daughter jeannie and son jim are now running the team. buss is asked the mastermind of this. many credit him for jump-starting the nba. they had some teams that were bankr
ABC
Feb 23, 2013 12:35am PST
, the lapd created a unit to handle stalkers making threats against stars like britney spears, paula abdul and jennifer garner. moyer got his start working security at the playboy mansion. 12 years ago he founded the world protection group. >> looking for people that don't fit in. >> reporter: teaches secret service style tactics and celebrity protection. they learn to deal with stalkers, crowd control and how to make a quick escape. >> let's go, move, move, move. get in the car, go. >> reporter: everyone of these guys is a threat. everyone of these guys is a bad guy. >> look over here. >> reporter: like many, this agent has a police and military background. he says the danger in protection work is real. >> it doesn't matter if you're a a or boc lister always somebody potentially, if you spotlight, somebody might want to cause you harm. >> reporter: occasionally celebrities get very close to their bodyguards, relationship turns hot and heavy. hei heidi klum admitted sparking a relationship with her bodyguards. >> a relationship with somebody that works with you, your bothered guard bothere
MSNBC
Feb 19, 2013 2:30am PST
passed away. buss ushered in the teams, bringing in greats like magic and kareem abdul-jabbar. the nba enjoyed him for 34 years at the helm, and inducted into the hall of fame. jerry buss was 80 years old. and college hoops, hometown of berkeley, cal head coach mike montgomery won't be suspended by the pac 12 for shoving a player during a game. montgomery was disciplined by the conference, but he wouldn't face suspension for shoving the player in the chest. after playing down the incident, montgomery apologized yesterday saying he made a mistake and was trying to fire up his star player. it appears to have worked. he told reporters on sunday that there are "no hard feelings." he went on to score 23 points and helped cal erase a 15-point second half deficit. >>> and this coming to us from "dead spin.com," a player from georgia college women's team, coming up a little bit short on the free throw. she is hardly the only player that has had trouble. we're an equal opportunity show, we have guys, too. brian ocam didn't quite have the decisions here, double clutch there on the free throw att
FOX
Feb 21, 2013 5:00am EST
.but abdul-aziz elives his inntnnions could not have been maliiious or perverted.she says she never felt like her -3 privacyywas violated. 3 (ms. aadul-aziz) "so, he was -3 never in there alone with me during the eeaminatton or & nythiig. when he first came in 'm fulll clothed and then -3 when he omes in thhn i hhve &pon my robe and i have the wasn'' anything, he never made pucomffrtable."police found levy dead in his towson home earlier this week. they believeehh ommmtted suicide... fter learning he was under investigation. 33 find out whht police found in &his exam room... ccming up next hall hour.meggn gglliland, fox45 orning news. 3 phe suspeet in a deaddy shooting in annapolis... turns -3 hiiself into police. police.officers say 244 year--ld clarenceejohnson the he'ssaccused of killlnn 333year-old joseph johnson the - third back in decembbr... after losing mmney n a dice gaae..heetwo men are not related.clarence johnson is facing charges of first aad second degrre murder. 3 ppolice are ooking for -3 susppcts... who goo awaa with 22-thousand-doll
FOX
Feb 21, 2013 9:00am EST
. abdul-aziz) "so, he was - neeer n there alone with me - during the exmination or anything. when he first came pn i'm fully clothed and then whennhe comes ii thenni aaee on myyrobe and i have tte sheet cross me. so, it wasn''t nything, he never made pe ffel uncomfortable." uncomfortable."poliie found levy ddad in his towson home earlier this week. they believe he ommitted suicide... fter learring he was under investiggtion. 3 final arguuents will be heardd today... in the oscar pistorius bail heering. hearinn.the olympian... who became known s the "bladee runnerr... is accussd of killingghis giilfrienn reeva afrrca homeelast week.as 3 seef-defense....we'reelearning aboot another major bombshell &pin this case.the lead police investigator is under pnvestigation himself .. for attempted murddr ack ii 2000. authorities say hat case... is unrelated to this one. -3&p3 p new study rankk maryland... as the third most unhappy state n tte country.the & study... which was conducted by he unnversity of vermont... looked at tteets -3 from the past year... and
SFGTV2
Feb 15, 2013 2:30am PST
in babylon, by abdul karin al karid and it's a reference to a suicide bombing. this one and the next one are both translated by salim yusef. on this grave stone are angels and people weeping. what are people waiting for, their ship? here it comes, borne by the deluge. in a market place now frequented by money changers with beards and baggy trousers, who restores the limbs and who throws open the gates for hollow-eyed gods coming in from babylon with red chests and white furious hair? i wonder who? on the day of march 1st in the 5th year after the second millennium, a massacre took place in babylon. it's my pleasure it introduce the next poet, george evans. . >> first, i would like to read a poem by my dear friend and wife, daisy samora, who was to be here today but is in nicaragua, keeping in mind what michael said about jorge and casablanca, i will read it in her language or my spanish first, then in translation. it's a poem directly addressed to poets but certainly to activists as well. (speaking spanish) no man's land. we are a mine field of clarity and whoever crosses the barbed wire
FOX
Feb 19, 2013 5:35am EST
. 10 world championships as the owner of the l.a. lakers spanning karim abdul jabbar, up to magic johnson and kobe bryant. when he was up to be the opener of the lakers and they were interviewing other candidates, he said hey, if you guys don't draft this magic johnson kid, can you find yourself another owner. so he saw talent. he became the owner. he drafted imagine injohnson and won a championship in his first year. >> and the rest is history. >> and the rest, as they say, is history. a great owner. >>> still using hot mail? get ready for a big change. we'll go live to fox business network for more on that. >>> prince george's county fire crews are on the scene of a house fire. we'll be right back.  ever since mom and dad have been working with viva, people have been daring them to clean up tough messes. my fans think a paper towel can't handle this. that is tough when wet. (peggy) grab viva, and break the rules on all your tough messes. [ female announcer ] it balances you... [ water crashing ] ...it fills you with energy... and it gives you what you are looking for
CSPAN
Feb 5, 2013 7:00am EST
of calvin coolidge. host: abdul mujeeb khalvatgar is the executive director of the nai media institute in afghanistan. let's begin with your organization first. what is it and how are you funded? guest: first of all, a warm hello from miles away in afghanistan. one of the first media supporting organizations established in afghanistan in 2004. we started our activities in europe in commission from a news network. we are doing advocacy for media in afghanistan. we are based in the capital city of kabul. we are in the north, in the south in kandahar. host: how much money do you get from the united states? guest: it depends. from the beginning up to now, it is millions. in 2012 it was 800. host: million? guest: $800,000. host: what is the main goal? guest: to support the idea of open media in the country. and to say what are the basic rights, and what open media and access to information, free information, and access to free information is for its citizens? it is something that almost is new for afghan citizens, and they are very eager to know it. host: how does your organization keep its
CSPAN
Feb 10, 2013 12:10am EST
a washington, a journal, this is 35 minutes. host: abdul mujeeb khalvatgar is the executive director of the nai media institute in afghanistan. your begin with organization first. what is it and how are you funded? guest: first of all, a warm hello from miles away in afghanistan. one of the first media supporting organizations established in afghanistan in 2004. we started our activities in europe in commission from a news network. we are doing advocacy for media in afghanistan. we are based in the capital city of kabul. we are in the north, in the south in kandahar. host: how much money do you get from the united states? guest: it depends. from the beginning up to now, it is millions. in 2012 it was 800. host: million? guest: $800,000. host: what is the main goal? guest: to support the idea of open media in the country. and to say what are the basic rights, and what open media and access to information, free information, and access to free information is for its citizens? it is something that almost is new for afghan citizens, and they are very eager to know it. host: how does your organizatio
MSNBC
Feb 19, 2013 9:00pm PST
suspects in the past three years, including the times square bomber, faisal shahzad and abdul farouk abdulmutallab. but the frustration of this previous administration lingers on. when it comes to fixing what went wrong in that era, this is not all that complicated an issue. the plan to close it was fairly simple. the only reason it didn't happen is that congress, elected officials, democrats and republicans freaked out and decide they'd were scared of their own shadow back in 2009 and 2010, and then congress acted to say no, no, no, the president can't do this. they decided to not do what everyone left, right and center had previously agreed needed to be done and would be done. and so we just got stuck by dent of congress keeping this open from the previous administration with no plan of keeping it open other than hoping the prisoners might die of their own accord if we leave them there long enough. it's not 2009 or 2010 anymore. a lot that is in our politics feels different now in 2013 than it felt in 2009. is this still impossible? and is anyone still working on it? i should also
ABC
Feb 18, 2013 5:30pm PST
a fortune for heavyweights like kareem abdul-jabbar, magic johnson and shaquille o'neal. the team would win ten nba championships under his ownership and become valued at a billion dollars. he had been in the hospital with cancer for more than a year. he was 80 years old. >>> and still ahead here on "world news," for the first time, she is the leader of the pack on the nascar track. big news tonight. and we have the secret of the physical stamina that led tiny danica patrick to outrace the men, coming up next. see life in the best light. outdoors, or in. transitions® lenses automatically filter just the right amount of light. so you see everything the way it's meant to be seen. maybe even a little better. visit your eyecare professional today to ask about our newest lenses, transitions vantage and transitions xtractive lenses. experience life well lit. ask which transitions adaptive lens is best for you. then i read an article about a study that looked at the long term health benefits of taking multivitamins. they used centrum silver for the study... so i guess my wife was right. [ male an
CBS
Feb 6, 2013 5:30pm PST
and took over. abdul kader haidara was there. he is one of the keepers of a trove of priceless arabic manuscripts. the extremists' arrival, he told us, triggered his emergency plan. "i bought every tin box i could find, the kind we store household goods in," he said, "and my staff and i filled them with manuscripts until the library was empty." manuscripts including a 12th century astrology chart and an ancient arab genealogy. haidara quietly distributed the full boxes to local families to hide inside their humble homes. you sort of scattered them all over town. then haidara fled from timbuktu, where the extremists were imposing strict islamic law. they staged public floggings and destroyed ancient tombs, so there was every reason to fear for manuscripts painstakingly restored and so precious that since 2004, the library of congress had been making digital copies for safety. when pictures emerged last week of timbuktu's manuscripts burned, probably by retreating extremists, the world was horrified. but less than 1% of that collection belonging to t
CBS
Feb 19, 2013 4:00am PST
chemistry the nba has ever seen. stars like kareem abdul-jabbar, magic johnson, shaquille o'neal, kobe bryant. after he bought the team in 1979 for $16 million, the lakers won ten championships. magic johnson spoke by phone to affiliate kcbs. >> when i first had to call to tell him i had hiv, i had never seen dr. buss cry. we sat there and cried together. and he held me like i was his son, you know. and i'm never going to forget that moment. >> reporter: jerry buss once said he just wanted the lakers to be l.a.'s team. >> every day when i walk down the street, at least two or three people come over and say, "i want to thank you for what you've done for me, for my family, for the city of los angeles. it's been great entertainment." and they make a point to say thank you, and i appreciate that. >> reporter: jerry buss put on an unforgettable show. bill whitaker, cbs news, los angeles. >>> a clash of two of the biggest powers in women's college basketball. number three uconn taking on top-ranked baylor and reigning player of the year, brittney griner. she played rou
ABC
Feb 5, 2013 6:00am EST
legend kareem abdul-jabbar has been required for more than two decades. >> but that does not mean he has lost his agility. espn captured this video of him making a backflip while shooting an upcoming abc diving competition show. he is one of 10 celebrities who will compete in a series of diving events on the show which debuts in march. if that's a preview, it should be pretty entertaining. >> i think so. he's probably not the first person i think of when i think of diving. you can do it. >> i cannot. i'm impressed that he can. >> 6:00 hour 47 is the time. it takes a high dive for all those arms and legs to get duckp -- get tucked in. -- 6:47 is the time. >> i am a former gymnast. >> speaking of learning something new, its national weatherpersons day. happy national weatherpersons data doug hill. >> thank you. i will take it. the clipper went to our north. that's all right. claude is guys on this tuesday morning. this picture looking at the severn river from the naval academy. we have cloudy skies this morning on this tuesday morning. it's 41 degrees in fredericksburg. the mid-atlantic, a
CBS
Feb 18, 2013 7:00pm EST
.b.a. has ever seen with stars like kareem abdul-jabbar, shaquille o'neal magic johnson kobe bryant. after he bought the team in 1979 for $16 million the lakers won ten championships. magic job son spoke by phone to affiliate kcbs today. >> when i first had to call him to tell him about -- you know i had h.i.v. i had never seen dr. buss cry and we sat there and cried together and he held me like i was his son. and i've never -- i'm never going to forget that moment. >> reporter: jerry buss just said he wanted the lakers to be l.a.'s team. >> everyday when i walk down the street at least two or three people come over and say "i want to thank you for what you've done for me, for my family for the city of los angeles. it's been great entertainment." and they make a point to say thank you and i appreciate that. >> reporter: jerry buss put on an unforgettable show. bill whitaker, cbs news, los angeles. >> pelley: well, there was an unforgettable price paid last night for a jacket worn by former president john f. kennedy. it was his air force one bomber jacket in an auction of kennedy memorabili
Univision
Feb 19, 2013 6:00pm EST
a formar a figuras enormemente populares como magic johnson, kareem abdul-jabbar, kobe bryant, shaquille o'neal y dwight howard. pocos propietarios tienen los logros de buss. es de lejos el equipo mÁs exitoso de la nba desde que comprÓ el club, que ahora es manejado por jim y jeanie buss, dos de sus seis hijos. por la champions league hoy, el bayer munich derroto de visita 3-1 al arsenal y oporto de local derroto 1-0 al malaga. vamos al premundial sub20 de la concacaf que se juega en puebla mexico, anoche la seleccion de estados unidos supero 2-1 a haiti y cuba le gano 2-0 a canada, para hoy se vienen dos partidos mas, puerto rico se mide en breve a jamaica y cierran la jornada mexico contra curacao. el mundial sera en turquia. la fifa dice si a la tecnoligia en el futbol pero no en todo. y hoy confirmaron que usaran dispositivos de detecciÓn de goles para aplicarlos en la copa de las confederaciones 2013 y el mundial 2014 que tendrÁn lugar en brasil. la fifa anuncia que "tras utilizar con Éxito dispositivos de detecciÓn automÁtica de goles" en el mundial de clubes de japÓn 2012, p
KRON
Feb 18, 2013 5:00pm PST
some of the biggest stars in the sport. magic johnson, kareem abdul, and kobe bryant. we'll have more tonight at 6:00. >>> it's been significantly cooler out there. this is the reason why. as we look outside. you can see the cloudy over cast conditions here and all throughout the bay areas. we're bracing for some much needed rain. as we look on film tracker four radar we're seeing returns on the radar largely offshore. but i don't think any of this will actually hit the ground. as you know we haven't seen rain in quite some time. it's going to be dry out there. and it's going to take a while for the rain to hit the ground and make it to the ground. looking at satellite radar picture we have a first round of rain showers coming through. largely this area of rain will be dry. we're not seeing it come down to the ground level. but behind it we have plenty of moisture and we'll see showers pretty much all through the day tomorrow. temperatures also right now as i mentioned rather cool in the upper 40s and low 50s as we head into the over night hours. it's going to stay on the milder side
CSPAN
Feb 10, 2013 11:00am EST
liters, abdul, trent lott. we were liters straight one of the most troubled times. decisions by the senate to go to war in afghanistan and iraq felt it was so important that we have the ability to communicate that we set up a hotline in our offices were picked up the phone and automatically dial to only one place, the desk of the other leader because we thought it was that important to be able to communicate. the senate itself is born of great compromise. henry clay noted that all legislation is founded on the principle of mutual concession, that there are those who believe standing one's ground is often the only option. president gerald ford observed 25 years after he left public office, but unfortunately there are those for whom consensus that dirty word, a few mistake, the clash of ideas for what he called holy water. our nation has endured confrontations, including before, during and after the civil war and you haven't seen the lincoln movie i urge you to do so because that depicts exactly the kind of confrontational spirit that we know existed during that time. that wasn
CSPAN
Feb 9, 2013 8:20pm EST
&a. from this week's washington journal, this is 35 minutes. host: abdul mujeeb khalvatgar is the executive director of the nai media institute in afghanistan. let's begin with your organization first. what is it and how are you funded? guest: first of all, a warm hello from miles away in afghanistan. one of the first media supporting organizations established in afghanistan in 2004. we started our activities in europe in commission from a news network. we are doing advocacy for media in afghanistan. we are based in the capital city of kabul. we are in the north, in the south in kandahar. host: how much money do you get from the united states? guest: it depends. from the beginning up to now, it is millions. in 2012 it was 800. host: million? host: million?
FOX News
Feb 5, 2013 2:00am PST
, too, or at least close to it. cream abdul jabar became the first nba player to score 38,000 points? is that right? 38,000? a huge number. we will be right back. [ lisa ] my name's lisa, and chantix helped me quit. i honestly loved smoking, and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. it put me at ease that you could smoke on the first week. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could get worse while taking chantix. don't take chantix if you've had a serious allergic or skin reaction to it. if you develop these stop taking chantix and see your doctor right away as some can be life-threatening. if you have a history heart or blood vsel problems, tell your doc
NBC
Feb 18, 2013 6:00pm PST
. >> reporter: he always let us know that he was supporting us. kareem abdul-jabbar says he visited with the late jerry buss in the hospital. >> he said, hey, i'm going to beat this and get well and be back here watching everything. >> reporter: that was more than six months ago. he focuses now on buss' legacy. >> it wasn't about collecting championship trophies. he made the lakers part of the community. >> he became my second father. >> reporter: magic johnson on espn radio after news broke of buss' passing spoke of the legacy the team own he left on him. >> he taught me the laker business and he said, i know you want to be an owner one day. first, i have to teach you business. that's the reason i'm a businessman today is because of dr. buss. >> he certainly made an impact on southern california. >> reporter: it was a monetary donation to the university of southern california that david dowells will remember. >> scientifically is where he made his mark. >> reporter: buss was a chemistry major. he helped develop a system that tests heat and petroleum still used today leaving behind
KRON
Feb 18, 2013 8:00pm PST
. amazing man. he's lasted this long. >> yeah, and of course, magic johnson, abdul jabaar, pat riley, all the great names. weighed in today. that was a mistake. that fellow just got thrown out. you'll see him in a minute. but the bottom line on jerry buts, he lived a high life away from basketball, but he just denied it by winning championships. the lakers winning again, five under his leadership. the first wanted to make the all-star game since 1997. not bad in last night's game. david lee was pretty well with the last warrior to play in the game, and lee officially entered the game with 9:23 left in the second quarter. he played 13 minutes, 25 seconds, six points, two rebounds, two steals. his team, the west won the game. 143-138. back at the mvp. no surprise who the giant's opening day starter will be. the last four years have been tim, but tim struggled last year and matt cain, undoubtedly the best pitcher on the staff. 16 and 5 record. under three earned run average. picks the franchise's first perfect game. started the all-star game. took them out and each of the giant three may-off
CW
Feb 18, 2013 12:00pm CST
ownership, the lakers won ten n-b-a championships with marquee players like kareen abdul-jabbar, magic johnson kobe bryant and shaquille o'neal. jerry buss died today.. he was 80. the blackhawks have started the season by going 15 games without a loss in regulation. now they're just a game away from the record. the hawks hosted the stanley cup champion kings last night. the hawks already up two- nothing in the second when patrick sharp scores off the rebound to snap a ten- game goal- drought. the kings pulled with in a goal in the third... justin williams takes out ray emery and johnny oduya draws a penalty for retaliating. the hawks played four- on- six in the final minute, but hold on to win three-two. they'll try to tie the record with their 16-th game win against vancouver tomorrow. matt garza suffered a slight setback at cubs camp. he ended his pitching session after just twenty pitches yesterday. dale sveum says it's a mild lat strain and he'll get evaluated today. the injury is not related to garza's surgically repaired elbow. tom ricketts also spoke to the media in arizona. he
CNN
Feb 18, 2013 11:00am PST
. >>> coming up next, we'll talk to kareem abdul-jabbar for more on the death of lakers owner jerry buss. >>> he's being remembered as the man who reinvented the game of basketball for players and fans. legendary owner of the storied los angeles lakers jerry buss died today of cancer. joining us by phone, former laker kareem abdul-jabbar. thank you for being here. what do you think made jerry buss or dr. buss as everyone called him such a great owner and a great man? >> i think he really epitomized someone who used his wisdom, okay. a lot of owners, they buy a team and think they know everything about the sport and how it should be run. but he gave it over to the people he paid to -- he gave it over to the people that he paid to do that job. so jerry west and bill charmin, they were the ones able to put the team together, and he trusted them and by trusting them and delegating the power to the right people, he kept the team at the top. and that's how it's done. >> he was just larger than life. what is one of your fondest memories of him and what he brought to you? >> well, for me, there
CNBC
Feb 19, 2013 4:00pm EST
into the activist space. it's not carl abdul qadeer khan and bill ackman, lots of other firms out there are attracting assets. as long as that's the case, you think the idea is that they will push management to do things to increase shareholder value. >> they always will, and typically the activists are not crazy. if you take any of the positions that the activists -- putting herbalife aside. if you take any position that an activist will take on, they are usually not crazy, but, on the other hand, they often don't know what's going on in a company to be as resolute as they appear to be. >> what's your take on the pricing here, heinz and dell? we talked earlier. you said maybe they look cheap. >> well, when you look at those transactions in particular on a multipass basis, there's a very large discrepancy because they are totally different businesses. i think dell is in a five timesish cash flow and i think heinz is in a 13ish cash flow multiple of 2011, but if you look at the premium to the unaffected marketplace those are in 20%, plus 25%, in that range. that's typically associa
CNBC
Feb 26, 2013 9:00pm EST
. especially mona wants to find what she calls the lost father. >> eventually they locate abdul fattah "john" jandali, a syrian-american with a phd in political science who was managing a restaurant in sacramento. but as jobs tells isaacson on tape, he decides to let mona go meet him alone. >> when i was looking for my biological mother, obviously, you know, i was looking for my biological father at the same time. and i learned a little bit about him, and i didn't like what i learned. and i asked her to not tell him that we'd ever met and not tell him anything about me. >> so mona goes to the coffee shop, meets this guy, mr. jandali, who's running it, who says, among other things when she asks, you know, how sorry he is. but then he says that he had had another child, and mona said, "what happened to him?" he said, "oh, i don't know, we'll never hear from him again." and then he says, "i wish you could have seen me when i was running a bigger restaurant. i used to run one of the best restaurants in silicon valley. everybody used to come there. even steve jobs used to eat there." and mona's s
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